Corsair Obsidian 650D
Today we will be taking a look at the new Corsair Obsidian 650D Mid Tower, this is the fourth chassis that had been added to the Corsair chassis lineup and the third chassis to the Corsair Obsidian Series. Corsair released the Obsidian 800D back in 2009, next was the Obsidian Series 700D, then the Graphite Series 600T.
Every case in the Corsair Obsidian lineup has been very stylish, but the 650D looks to bring a classy aesthetic to the mid-tower form factor. This new case carries on with Corsair’s tradition of high quality workmanship that can clearly be seen throughout the chassis. With the 650D selling for $200 at Newegg, it’s kind of expensive for a mid-tower, but we all know that Corsair’s craftsmanship can be worth the extra cost.
Let’s get to the review and see if the Obsidian 650D can live up to its big brother’s name.
Corsair has been a leader in the design and manufacture of high-speed modules since 1994. Our focus has always been on supporting the special demands of extreme gamers. While maintaining this core focus, in recent years, we’ve also brought our expertise, technology leadership and legendary quality and reliability to memory and other technology products for the mainstream consumer. Corsair has expanded beyond memory modules to offer performance liquid cooling units and blocks under our Corsair Nautilus brand and power supplies under our HX Series brand.